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Dannyst.format. B. Jane Cowie Glass Artist Jane has been working with glass for over 20 years, travelling extensively across England, Europe, USA, Japan, and South East Asia - fuelled by her commitment and desire to learn more on creating glass art. She exhibits regularly around the world, and is included in numerous public and private collections. More recently, she has designed, created, and installed works into The Majestic Hotel, Raffles City - Stamford Cafe and the Circles Restaurant in Manila Shangri-la.

Currently based in Singapore, she works as a glass artist, designer, teacher, and glass-making consultant within the greater region of South East Asia. You can check out her works at. Elena Shumilova photographie ses enfants à la campagne. La photographe russe Elena Shumilova met en scène ses deux enfants avec pour décor la nature de sa ferme familiale. La photographe Elena Shumilova Elena Shumilova n’a commencé la photographie qu’en 2012 lorsqu’elle a eu son premier appareil photo. Depuis, cette mère de famille russe prend en photo essentiellement ses deux fils, Yaroslav, 5 ans et Vanya, 2 ans accompagnés des différents animaux de la ferme : chiens, chats, lapins et canards.

Pour réaliser ces photographies sublimes et touchantes, la photographe profite de l’éclairage naturel que lui offre la nature de sa ferme située à Andreapol en Russie. Au travers de ses photographies, l’artiste souhaite exprimer quelque chose qu’elle ressent sans trop savoir ce que c’est. © Elena Shumilova Pour voir le port-folio professionnel de l’artiste, cliquez-ici. Marta Orlowska | Photography in my DNA. How to make an abstract macro photo with oil and water. Want to make some abstract art??

It is easy. Let me show you how!! For the past 3 years I have been teaching the Intro to Macro class on Clickin Moms. During each week I have a “mid-week challenge” to kind of add a little fun! These challenges are a great way to step out of the box and have a little fun shooting something you may not shoot on a normal basis or even think to try! In week one we have the oil and water challenge. This challenge is always a hit for the students so I thought I would share the tutorial with you! What you will need: your cameraolive oil (I have also used canola oil, feel free to play around.

Set up: Fill your clear container with water. Camera Settings: My settings for these shots were ISO 3200f/5SS 1/160 sec Yours may be different due to your light etc…but this is a good starting point. Here is what my set up looks like. Learn how to take water drops and crown macros here. Next I used a place mat that we set our dog’s food bowls on. So now it is your turn!!! Victor Habchy revient du Burning Man Festival et... Victor Habchy est un photographe français dont la réputation n'est plus à faire. Sa page facebook compte désormais près de 160 000 fans qui ne se lassent pas d'admirer son travail.

Victor parcourt la planète, sac dans le dos et appareil prêt à dégainer pour saisir chaque merveille qui passe devant ses yeux, et ce pour notre plus grand plaisir. La concrétisation d'un rêve À l'approche du célèbre festival Burning Man 2014 qui se déroule chaque année dans le désert du Nevada, le voyageur photographe saute sur l'occasion et achète un ticket d'entrée avant même de savoir comment financer son billet d'avion. Mais il le sait, il traversera l'Atlantique pour se perdre dans cet univers incroyable, cette rencontre artistique improbable qui surgit, vit puis meurt en quelques heures au milieu de nulle part. Un plongeon dans une autre dimension Pour les passionnés de photographie, précisons que Victor Habchy utilise un Sony Alpha 7 en focale 50, 35 et 10-18.

Home - Portrait Studio Lighting. Daily photo journal - buildings & façades: Archive. A moment (or two) in time - walking to ... Accidental Mysteries. Bighappyfunhouse • found photos. free pie. Photography Contest Overview. The Wonderful World of 2D and 3D Fractal Geometry. Fractals are shapes that can be split into several parts and every part is a reduced size of the whole. They usually have fine structures at arbitrarily small scales, being too irregular to be described in traditional Euclidean geometric language. Fractals have an infinite complexity and it’s almost impossible to reproduce such a complicated image. In the last decade fractals gained a lot of popularity, especially that now they can be generated with special software or created in other digital manners. For the ones who don’t own such software or haven’t learned how to use it yet, know that fractals can be quite easily found in nature too, and artistically expressed through photography.

Romanesco o Broccoli Fractal Fireworks Apophysis Autumn Flowers Beautiful Fractal Lacewing Ballet Vulture over Prometheus Hovering Coccoon Lobra Ask the Mask One the Many Spherical Divide Eye of the Storm Strange Creatures Fractal Unwinding Time Chains of Gold Yin and Yang Pewter and Brass Space Coaster Golden Crown Cracked. MATT STUART | PHOTOGRAPHER | SHOOTS PEOPLE. Flowers Frozen In Ice Cubes Look Like Watercolors. Photographer Kenji Shibata works with the incredibly poetic media of ice cubes and vivid flowers that he freezes into them. The photographer’s visually arresting work captures the everlasting beauty of flowers stuck in time. In his latest photo series “Locked in the Ether,” Shibata actually plays with flowers’ life and time – not only does he capture the already frozen flowers, but also their first post-thaw breaths and their eventual death.

You can visit Osaka’s exhibition at Tachibana Gallery in Osaka until 20th December. More info: (h/t: spoon-tamago) Read more. Botanical Artist Makoto Azuma Photographs Alien Ice Flowers - Beautiful/Decay. In his latest exhibit, Iced Flowers, Makoto Azuma plays into a cryogenic aesthetic. The principle behind cryogenics is the study of material at sub zero temperatures. Azuma uses this theory to encase exotic bouquets in frozen water and photograph them in various stages of melting. The end result is nothing short of dazzling.

Behind a solid block of ice, the flowers become even more alive (than dead), transforming into an army of alien creatures before our very eyes. On his website, Azuma describes himself as “a flower artist” who has been working with unusual arrangements since 2005. During the course of a decade, he has run a haute couture floral shop in Tokyo, called “Jardins des Fleurs” and his own gallery. A lot of people confuse the study of cryogenics with the science of cryonics. It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Brad Moore! TweetTweet Not Every Shoot Is A WinnerHere’s the scenario: You go do a shoot, download the images, go through the take, pick the keepers, do your editing, and deliver the shots. The client loves them… But you don’t. They’re okay, but they don’t quite send you to your happy place. Sound familiar? If it does, I have some good news for you. You’re not alone. Is there anything wrong with this shot? I would guess that most photographers go through this, even the best ones.

Arrive at the venue only to find out there’s no photo pit, and you weren’t there early enough to stake out a spot up front? Sometimes your subject just isn’t ideal. Right place, right time? For me, it’s concerts. Even when you’re in the perfect position to capture something you know is going to happen, things don’t always come together to capture the best moment. I get lucky sometimes and I’m in the ideal position as the guitarist jumps off her amp in the perfect light, and my camera focuses, fires, and I nail the shot. It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Brad Moore! Photography Course for Beginners - Online Classes. Photography is a wonderful form of expression and communication. Whether you want to tell a story, sell a product or just show how beautiful a certain place you visited is, photography plays an essential role in fulfilling your creative vision. Photography is a magnificent art form allowing the avid student to draw with light in the most imaginative of forms.

Photographers have quite literally brought light to the world and opened our eyes to the imagery from the furthest corners of our planet. The course offers you the opportunity to develop your skills and knowledge and capture those images you have always dreamed of.Read More Your Tailored Live Online Diploma in Photography The frustration for budding photographers and even experienced photographers is fulfilling their creative potential due to lack of technical knowledge and understanding of how to take full advantage of their camera. Live Interactive Classes. #londonheadshot hashtag. Prices. Streetviewphotography. Streetviewphotography. ‘Enlightened souls’ by Fabrice Wittner | Visuall. Enlightened Souls is an awesome light painting project by a French photographer Fabrice Wittner which he started in May 2011 in Christchurch, New Zealand. For this project, Fabrice used a special technique that combines light painting and real-sized stencils. Fabrice Wittner: ‘I started light painting with a good fellow of mine Hervé Baccara aka Dr Gosh, a graffiti artist.

He was painting while I was taking the photos. He first came up the idea of using stencils and we developed the technique together, both working on stencils and the pictures. Fabrice Wittner: ‘In 2010, I moved to New Zealand and Dr Gosh moved to Vietnam. You can appreciate other works by Fabrice Wittner here and here. The 20 most Influential Street Photographers of 2015. The first crowdsourced list of Street Photographers ever made Two weeks ago we asked for your help to find the 20 most influential contemporary Street Photographers and the feedback we received was amazing. The comments just kept flying in and we are so grateful for that overwhelming participation. You recommended many Street Photographers out of which a list of 75 names was finally made. We think that this has been the first crowdsourced list of Street Photographers ever made and you all made it!

Thank you! You recommended and you voted A week ago, we asked you dear Readers to do one more thing for us and that was to vote for your most influential Street Shooter out of the list of 75. Thank you! It is understandable that each one of you is influenced by different Street Photographers for different reasons and that is what makes this vote even more interesting. The 20 most Influential Street Photographers according to the Readers Rui Palha Manish Khattry Thomas Leuthard. The 20 most Influential Street Photographers of 2015. Google Image Result for. 5 Lessons Vivian Maier Has Taught Me About Street Photography. All photographs copyrighted by Vivian Maier / Maloof Collection A street photographer whose work and life I hugely admire is that of Vivian Maier.

For those of you who haven’t heard her story, she worked and lived as a nanny her entire adult life– and shot street photography on the side for herself. She created incredible black and white and color work through the 1950’s all the way through the late 1990′s. She shot an incredible amount of images– that amount to over 100,000 negatives. Recently the documentary: “Finding Vivian Maier” on the mystery behind her life and discovery came out. I realized I haven’t written an article on her yet– so I wanted to use the opportunity to do so. Vivian Maier’s Discovery One of the incredible things about Vivian Maier (besides her captivating images) is her story. Maloof acquired more than 100,000 negatives from her, 20-30,000 negatives were still in rolls, undeveloped from the 1960’s-1970’s.

Vivian Maier’s undeveloped film Vivian’s History Cameras Film 1. 7 Lessons Helen Levitt Has Taught Me About Street Photography. Helen Levitt is known as a “photographer’s photographer” a photographer who is admired by photographers everywhere, but not that well known. Since the raise of fame of Vivian Maier— I wanted to profile the work of Helen Levitt, and share the work of talented female street photographers. Helen Levitt’s background Helen Levitt was born in 1913 in a middle-class family of Russian-Jewish parents in Brooklyn, New York. She dropped out of high school, and worked for J. In 1935, Levitt met and befriended Henri Cartier-Bresson. In 1937, Levitt visited Walker Evans, and started to grow a friendship with him, James Agee, and their friend, the art critic Janice Loeb.

In 1959 and 1960, Levitt received two subsequent Guggenheim Fellowships and started to work in color. 40 of her color street photos were shown as a slide show at the New York Museum of Modern Art in 1974 — one of the first times photographs were formally displayed this way in a museum. 1. Takeaway point: 2. “I never had a ‘project.’ 3. Nude But Not Rude. Fineartgrunge. Image by: Sebastian Michaels Ready to Create the Coolest, Most Amazing Images of Your Life? Editing your photos is fun at first … but even with Photoshop or Lightroom, fixing photos after awhile starts to get rather, well … (let’s face it) boring. Eventually, you want to DO something with your images. Eventually, you want to take your images and CREATE something NEW . . . something extraordinary. Well . . . you are about to find out how.

Because if you want to attain true mastery with Photoshop and become a serious photo artist — then this is going to be the most important message you’ve ever read. Here’s why. Because for the first time ever, there is a Photoshop Artistry course built specifically to teach you the tricks the professionals use again and again to accomplish all of their best effects and create eye-popping compositions. Effects like those you see in the images I created for this page, and more than a hundred other techniques as well. And your art will never be the same. 1.) 2.) Why? Fine Art Photography, Pasadena Art Galleries and Art Shows, Southern California in Southern California Art Galleries, Art Shows, Juried Exhibitions in Los Angeles County. Robinwood Photography: Family~ Oregon City Photographer/ Robinwood Photography. I had the pleasure to get my family portraits done by Robinwood Photography! I must admit, it is quite different to be in front of the camera rather than the one hiding behind the lens!

Rayna did a wonderful job on making us all feel comfortable and we came up with some great poses between the both of us! Our slogan is "Two photographers, One vision" Well, it was just that for my pictures. I have a husband that hates getting his picture taken! It took me a lot of convincing to get him to take family pictures. Focus Stacking: how to extend depth of field in Photoshop.

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